Selfish People: 15 Ways to Spot and Stop Them from Hurting You

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SELFISH PEOPLE: 15 WAYS TO SPOT AND STOP THEM FROM HURTING YOU

Preeti Tewari

How can you recognize a selfish friend or partner, and how do you stop them from affecting your life? Find out how to deal with selfish people here.

Selfish people are always lovable, nice and really sweet.

It’s true, they really are.

For all you know, you may be in love with a selfish person right now, or perhaps you have a best friend who’s selfish.

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How to Increase Your Sex Appeal Effortlessly!

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HOW TO INCREASE YOUR SEX APPEAL EFFORTLESSLY!

Team Lovepanky

Sex appeal is an awesome asset to have. Some of us have it and some of us don’t. But every single person has the potential to exude sex appeal. Find out how to increase your sex appeal here.

Harnessing the power of sex appeal can do wonders for you and your life.

You feel better, you look better and everyone else either wants you or wants to be with you.

Knowing how to increase your sex appeal is easy, but following the tips to the tee is the difficult part.

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12 Signs You’re Being Selfish in the Relationship

12 SIGNS YOU’RE BEING SELFISH IN THE RELATIONSHIP

Preeti Tewari

It’s hard for a selfish person to see their selfish side. But these 12 signs will definitely tell you if you’re being selfish in your relationship!

It’s never easy to know if you’re being selfish or giving in a relationship.

After all, you have to understand that selfishness is more of a perspective than a matter of fact.

In the middle of a discussion with your lover, do you ever feel like you could give in, but choose not to give in only because you think it makes you appear weak?

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How to Forgive Someone: 15 Positive Ways to Unburden Your Mind

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HOW TO FORGIVE SOMEONE: 15 POSITIVE WAYS TO UNBURDEN YOUR MIND

Dr. Carol Morgan

We’ve all been there… someone did something bad to us, and we’re mad. Steaming mad! But here’s how to forgive someone who has hurt you.

For some reason, forgiveness seems to be one of the most difficult things for a human being to do. It’s almost like people think that if they hold on to the resentment and dwell in the negativity, that somehow it will undo the past. Well, let me tell you what you already know… it won’t. If you really want to hold on to your sanity, you need to know how to forgive someone.

As Buddha once said, “Holding on to resentment is like drinking poison and expecting the other person to die.” While that might sound ridiculous, think about it for a second. It’s true! What good does it do to hold on to the anger? You might think it’s doing some good like punishing the other person, but trust me, it’s not.

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How to Forgive Others Who’ve Hurt You and Why You Should

HOW TO FORGIVE OTHERS WHO’VE HURT YOU AND WHY YOU SHOULD

Seouser

Over the last few weeks we’ve talked about staying positive as a way of not only improving your relationship, but your overall life as well. There are many benefits to remaining positive, even when times get unbearably tough. If you haven’t already, it’d be a good idea to read a few of our last posts.

But there are times when it doesn’t matter how positive you stay, you’re going to get down. A lot of the times this can happen because someone close to you has harmed or hurt you. We don’t mean physically harm you here, that’s another topic altogether. But if you feel like you’ve been wronged by someone, it can be difficult to get back to that positive state of mind.

That’s where the importance of forgiveness comes in.

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7 Guidelines to Help Couples Manage Conflict

7 GUIDELINES TO HELP COUPLES MANAGE CONFLICT

Bernard Golden

Terms for engagement when addressing discord

When you form a romantic relationship, you do so with unique personalities shaped by your past. Based on previous relationships, each of you have developed ideas about how a loved one should respond to your needs, desires, and expectations.

When developing a bond, you also have well-established habits. This includes the way you manage anger when a partner appears to threaten or ignore your needs, desires, and expectations. It’s then not surprising that even the most loving relationships at times involves conflict and anger. This is especially challenging when one or both of you are prone to anger.

Sharing a commitment to value and work on preserving the relationship is key for constructively managing conflict. This isn’t always easy to remember in the throes of discord. It can, at times, be extremely challenging to be respectful and attentive with both your needs and those of your partner. This is especially the case when they seem to conflict with each other. Such conflict most frequently occurs with regard to money, sex, work, parenting, and housework.

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7 Steps to Handling Conflict In Your Relationship

7 STEPS TO HANDLING CONFLICT IN YOUR RELATIONSHIP

Darren Wilk

Conflict is normal in every type of relationship – from business to personal, and especially intimate relationships. Every couple goes through it. This is for a number of reasons including the fact that when you enter into a relationship, it isn’t just between two people. It’s between two unique personalities, shaped by unique circumstances.

Conflict can arise when we feel threatened. It’s not about physical danger but relates more to our needs, wants, desires and, most importantly, our expectations of the other person.

What Really Matters

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The Bizarre Way Invulnerability Prevents Healthy Relationships

THE BIZARRE WAY INVULNERABILITY PREVENTS HEALTHY RELATIONSHIPS

Kyle Benson

There’s a reason you’re reading this.

Perhaps you’re afraid to approach an attractive woman. Maybe you hear yourself bringing up boring topics like sports and the weather. Lots of us fall back on these topics. They’re “safe,” and surface topics that don’t risk offending anyone. But that means they won’t entice anyone, either.

Maybe it’s the fact that you’ve followed the plan others told you to, and now you hate your job or despise your lifestyle. But you refuse to leave it because you don’t want to disappoint other people.

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Married with Kids

MARRIED WITH KIDS

Rob Pascale and Lou Primavera

Parenthood is a true test of a marriage.

Nothing disrupts a warm and loving relationship like kids. While some may argue that children add to a marriage, the reality is most will go through a decline after the first child is born. But regardless of whether the marriage gets worse, stays the same, or in rare cases actually improves, there’s no denying it will be different.

Parenthood is such a radical departure from how couples had lived together before that it’s almost impossible to be prepared for it. Daily life is likely to take a turn for the chaotic, and many will feel stressed out and out of control. Couples can become more reactionary and arguments can become more intense because they’re both overburdened.

How well couples adjust to children can depend on a lot of factors. One has to do with how they cope with a changing personal definition. When we become parents, we are forced to adopt a new role. In most situations, when faced with a new role, we don’t immediately take it on. We change how we define ourselves gradually as we gain experience and get used to this role. In parenthood, the new role is thrust upon a couple literally from one day to the next, and they have no choice but to adjust.

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How To Repair Unintentional Hurts In Relationships

HOW TO REPAIR UNINTENTIONAL HURTS IN RELATIONSHIPS

LaVerna Wilk

Hurt feelings don’t always mean your partner did something wrong.

Something that can derail us in conversations with our partner is feeling hurt by an incident in the relationship.  I was recently visiting with a friend and she shared a story about a blowout fight she had with her husband. Being a therapist, I’ve grown used to this over the years.

The wife was sharing a story about how she had hurt her neck and because her range of motion was very limited, for her to turn her head caused pain and spasms in her spine.  They had been driving on the freeway and as he was trying to make a last-minute lane change he asked her to check the lanes beside her because it was easier than for him to try to see for himself.

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